Storing Coriander Leaves ~ Keep it Ready Kitchen Essentials

Few of you had left comment on my earlier post about storing coriander leaves. Here is how I store them:

Wipe coriander leaves with a dry kitchen towel. Roll them in news paper and put it in airtight box. Like this it stays for a week in your refrigerator.

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9 comments:

Asha said...

I do the same. We get it already cleaned with no roots here, so nothing much to do but stick it in the paper bag and into the crisper!

Cham said...

I store the same way! Good tip!

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

wonderful tip, I use coffee filters to wrap and store in freshvac its stays good for more than 2 weeks...

sowmya's creative saga said...

i do it similarly wrap and store in ziploc bags..good one.

Suparna said...

Thanks tha's a very useful tip:)
TC

Sharmila said...

Thanks so much for this ... I have given up buying these in bunches as they always go bad so soon. This tip is a life saver. :-)

Sukanya said...

Very good tip, I wrapping it in a newspaper and keep it in my vegetable tray. It stays for about a week. The important thing is it should be dry, if its moist, it starts to rot.

Vani said...

Good tip!

sharada said...

Handy tip.
For me sometimes i am able to store for 2 weeks and someimes it spoils with a couple of days.That means moisture is the culprit!